Community Mentoring

Community Volunteer and Mentoring Opportunities

A dedication to service unites all CASE Members. Giving back to your local community offers opportunities to not only make a difference and feel immense pride, but also reminds your neighbors of your immense contributions as state employees at work and outside of work. 

Article 9.12 of the CASE MOU provides all CASE legal professionals the opportunity to mentor youth in their communities. If you commit to mentor a child through a recognized mentoring organization for a minimum of 1 school year, you can use up to 40 hours of Mentoring Leave each calendar year. Mentoring Leave is used in an equal amount to your personal leave (for example, if you need two days off from work to attend a conference, you would use one day of your leave and one day of Mentoring Leave to cover your time). 

CASE has collected information from several organizations with opportunities to volunteer statewide. Many qualify for Mentoring Leave, though some may not. If you have questions about Mentoring Leave, contact CASE.

Know a worthy organization that could use additional mentors or volunteers, let us know

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Community Mentoring